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- General Info:
- Zazie is a small neighborhood bistro in a historic building in Cole Valley, near the upper Haight and UCSF with a gorgeous well heated garden patio. We are famous for our American style brunch, served seven days/ week, but dinner is the hidden gem- country French cooking at it's best served with warmth.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (415) 564-4210
Fax: (415) 564-4210
- Payment method:
- amex, discover
- Northwest San Francisco, Cole Valley
- American Restaurants, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, French Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, American, French, European, Continental, Omelets
Alcohol: Beer, Beer, Wine, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
07/08/2011Provided by Citysearch -
You've hired a man by the name of Yonny Trujeque. He is using an 11 year old girls social security card number. By allowing him to work at your establishment after being notified. What kind of professional business does this? To anyone who reads this and does not believe me, I don't blame you. I ask one favor of you. The next time you eat at Zazies, ask to thank Yonny. He clearly doesn't care who he hurts, but I do.
11/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Zazie's is always worth the wait. Brunch is so good, that I usually end up ordering multiple breakfast items out of pure indecision. The gingerbread pancakes with poached pears and lemon curd are to die for, and on the savory side, the range of poached eggs are cooked to perfection. Unlike most breakfast places that serve food you could cook in your kitchen (if only we all had the energy on a Saturday morning), Zazie's serves up food for a reasonable price that is beyond most people's cooking abilities. Perfectly balanced, fresh, and tasteful, this spot never ceases to satisfy the palate.
11/04/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Zazie has become one of my favorite brunch places. It's a great place to enjoy the patio setting, esp on a sunny day. The choices are relatively simple, but made ample with their ""une, deux, trois"" choice. The wait can be long, but there is the Boulangerie or Tully's at which you can enjoy the wait with a morning paper, good book, or with good company.
03/18/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Parking in the area can be a pain, but it's a general thing for SF. Went there with my honey for a Saturday brunch. For a French place we were surprised they had no pastries and very limited (if any) desserts + limited choice of bread (white or wheat !). The poached eggs are really good, we order ""La Mer"", it's basically with crab, it was really good. The Pancakes are also excellent and I ordered a Cafe au Lait which was really big and good. The atmosphere and the location are great, lots of energy and it was very cozy. In summary, we liked it!
10/28/2006Provided by Citysearch -
This place is well worth the wait for brunch. Great food, great coffee, mimosas, etc. The egg dishes are always perfect (one of the few places I would actually eat hollandaise sauce) and the gingerbread pancakes with homemade lemon curd are to die for. If you can sit outside on the patio, it's a real treat. Even when it's chilly, there are blankets outside at the tables to keep you warm.
10/20/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Went on a friday and had a wonderful time at zazie. My date and I shared a remarkable plate of mussels and they were the most decadent and delicious mussles that I can remember. The prices are remakably resonable (including the wine) and the service is friendly and attentive if a little slow. The garden was packed so we ate inside, but the ambience and the food were perfect for a causal dinner. The lamb was cooked a perfect medium rare, and my date's pork chop was both moist and delicious. Desert is also very nice, the lemon souffle is quite refreshing, a perfect palate cleansing end to the meal. I agree with some of the reviewers that the food isn't all that french but nonetheless I plan to go back again and again. Oh and did i mention the mussles....